Weizmann molecular biologist: ‘We have found the fountain of youth’

 

Scientists from the Weizmann Institute of Science have made a significant breakthrough in harnessing stem cells to create transplant organs. In an interview, the lead researcher went as far as positing that the breakthrough could open doors to the regeneration of human cells.

By Amir Mizroch

 

Scientists from the Weizmann Institute have made a significant breakthrough in harnessing stem cells to create transplant organs “made to order”, the institute reported on Thursday. And in an interview, the lead researcher went as far as positing that the breakthrough could open doors to the regeneration of human cells, sperm creation, gene therapy research, as well as genetic engineering and cross-species DNA melding.

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